launches Escrow Pay announced the launch of its latest feature “Escrow Pay”, a streamlined checkout payment system for buying and selling cars, boats, airplanes, domains and anything of value, in one line of code.

Escrow Pay is the ideal solution for any website, mobile app, online store, classified site or marketplace that needs to take payments for any product or service of value.

Escrow Pay is built on the fully featured Platform API which launched in December last year.

Shopify Exchange uses Escrow as the only payment system for buying and selling Shopify shops. Wingform uses it for their airplane marketplace. Also, the Aurora Space Station going up in 2021 uses it to take deposits on their $10 million trip to the world’s first space hotel ( also recently handled the transactions of for famed cryptographer Matt Blaze and which was purchased by the owner of the New York Stock Exchange.

The “Escrow Pay” website is up at

What is Escrow Pay?

Escrow Pay is the simplest way to add escrow payments to your website, mobile app, online store, classified site or marketplace. With Escrow Pay enabled on your site or your Buy It Now Buttons, your buyers will be redirected to a wizard on where they can complete an escrow transaction in a few easy steps.

  • Easy integration

    Get started in minutes with our API documentation and button creator.

  • Buyer friendly workflow

    Buyers can make an escrow payment in a few simple steps

  • Safe and secure

    Establish credibility with your customers as Escrow Pay is supported by the most trusted, licensed online escrow service in the world.

How do I add Escrow Pay to my website?

You can add Escrow Pay to your business with a single API call. Or you can simply create a Buy It Now Button and your buyers will be automatically redirected into the Escrow Pay wizard. To learn more about integrating with Escrow Pay, please view our online documentation via the link below. (view documentation)


About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and I am now living in Athens, Greece. I went online in 1995, started coding in 1996 and began buying domain names and creating websites in 2000. I started the blog in 2012.

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